Asexuality, without feeling desire

For the majority of people, sex is the most compelling thing in the world, for obvious “perpetuation of the species” reasons. Sex sells. Sex rules. Sex draws the eyes to this paragraph like a tractor beam because the word “sex” is in it like a million times.

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But there are people out there with no interest in sex at all. They aren’t sick, or drugged, or suffering from any disorder; they’re asexual.
A part of heterosexuality, bisexuality, and homosexuality, some people feel no desire for either sex, because they have a too low libido.

According to studies by the University of Brock, 4% of the population does not feel any sexual attraction to another person.
Being asexual does not mean that they cannot maintain relationships, but for them, sex isn’t mattered or enjoyable. There are those who, despite having no sexual desire, do keep a couple for whom he feels love. In such cases, dispense asexual couples having sex. This hard case can be tricky if one of them does want to have sex and are deprived by their partners since the relationship would be unbalanced. Similarly, if one of the two sexes unwillingly accepts.love. In such cases, dispense asexual couples having sex. This hard case can be tricky if one of them does want to have sex and are deprived by their partners since the relationship would be unbalanced. Similarly, if one of the two sexes unwillingly accepts..love. In such cases, dispense asexual couples having sex. This hard case can be tricky if one of them does want to have sex and are deprived by their partners since the relationship would be unbalanced. Similarly, if one of the two sexes unwillingly accepts.

Do not confuse asexuality and periods of low libido!

axesual3There are people who are asexual but does not know. It is normal that sometimes go through periods when you do not want to have sex, but asexual people never have the desire to have sex.
Many asexual people have partners and have sex with them, despite not feeling desire or attraction, simply because sex is what all people do when they are in a relationship

For asexual people may have fantasies, but feel no interest in carrying them out. Some people masturbate, but not quite feel any excitement at the thought of sex with another person.

To talk about asexuality, you have to consider hundreds of shades, depending on the personal status of each.

This behavior or trend has become so common that to publicize asexuality, there are many organizations and groups that work every day so that people know about this trend, as AVEN, (Asexuality Visibility and Education Network)http://www.asexuality.org/home/.

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People Don’t Believe Asexual Exist
This causes more problems than might be immediately obvious. See, asexual people still have the same desires for human companionship and love as anyone else — they just don’t care so much about the bumping and grinding that usually goes along with it. So if an asexual finds someone they’re drawn to emotionally, they’re going to have to “come out” to that person at some point. One big hurdle in any “asexual” life is expressing their interest in someone else, plus their lack of sexual interest in that person, without it sounding like a “let’s be friends” talk.

Some mental health professionals still consider asexuality a disorder, presumably, one cured by the right amount of Vitamin D or V. And there are disorders that can have a total lack of sexual attraction as a symptom. But asexual people aren’t “normal” folks who woke up one day unable to get an erection. They’ve never known any sort of sexual desire, and they don’t feel bummed out about it.

Asexual people aren’t, like, robots or anything. They get that sex is a necessary part of a healthy relationship for most people. Some enter into open relationships, allowing their sexual partner to be sexual without them.

Since the Asexual Visibility and Education Network went live in 2001, the online community has swelled to between 19,000 and 30,000 members worldwide . But the growing recognition and acceptance of asexuality in recent years has also raised eyebrows. In clinical settings, disinterest in sex is more often regarded as a problematic symptom rather than a healthy, acceptable aspect of one’s identity . Asexuality critics, therefore, counter that asexuality equates willful disengagement, like a protracted form of celibacy; the product ofaxesual2 psychological trauma; or a hormonal imbalance that saps sexual impulses.

To understand how the death of a sex drive is so quickly pathologized, one need only flip through a copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a mental health professional’s handbook for doling outpatient diagnoses. The two disorders are characterized by a lack of, disdain for and avoidance of sexual contact: Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).dearth of a sex drive is so quickly pathologized, one need only flip through a copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a mental health professional’s handbook for doling outpatient diagnoses. The two disorders are characterized by a lack of, disdain for and avoidance of sexual contact: Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).dearth of a sex drive is so quickly pathologized, one need only flip through a copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a mental health professional’s handbook for doling outpatient diagnoses. The two disorders are characterized by a lack of, disdain for and avoidance of sexual contact: Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).dearth of a sex drive is so quickly pathologized, one need only flip through a copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a mental health professional’s handbook for doling outpatient diagnoses. The two disorders are characterized by a lack of, disdain for and avoidance of sexual contact: Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).dearth of a sex drive is so quickly pathologized, one need only flip through a copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a mental health professional’s handbook for doling outpatient diagnoses. The two disorders are characterized by a lack of, disdain for and avoidance of sexual contact: Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).

Whereas SAD manifests as an anxiety-inducing sexual phobia, which doesn’t align with the communal definitions and characteristics of the asexual community, HSDD poses more of a challenge to the acceptance of asexuality as a sexual orientation. Defined in the DSM-IV as “persistently or recurrently deficient (or absent) sexual fantasies and desire for sexual activity,” HSDD doesn’t sound all that different from the asexual experience. However, pathologizing a sexual identity because it exists beyond the bounds of normative behavior is also a slippery slope toward discrimination.pathologizing a sexual identity because it exists beyond the bounds of normative behavior is also a slippery slope toward discrimination.pathologizing a sexual identity because it exists beyond the bounds of normative behavior is also a slippery slope toward discrimination.pathologizing a sexual identity because it exists beyond the bounds of normative behavior is also a slippery slope toward discrimination.pathologizing a sexual identity because it exists beyond the bounds of normative behavior is also a slippery slope toward discrimination.

Though asexual and people diagnosed with HSDD may share common behaviors, there’s one crucial footnote: According to the DSM, nonexistent sexual desire must incite “marked distress or interpersonal difficulty” to meet the criteria for HSDD . Since the asexual community embraces the absence of sexual attraction and report building healthy, solid relationships otherwise, they argue that theirs is an orientation that necessitates no clinical treatment. For that reason, some have petitioned the American Psychiatric Association, which publishes the DSM, to revise its HSDD definition in the upcoming DSM-V edition to allow an exception for the asexual orientation .][/source]. Since the asexual community embraces the absence of sexual attraction and reports building healthy, solid relationships otherwise, they argue that theirs is an orientation that necessitates no clinical treatment. For that reason, some have petitioned the American Psychiatric Association, which publishes the DSM, to revise its HSDD definition in the upcoming DSM-V edition to allow exception for the asexual orientation .][/source]. Since the asexual community embraces the absence of sexual attraction and source]. Since the asexual community embraces the absence of sexual attraction and report building healthy, solid relationships otherwise, they argue that theirs is an orientation that necessitates no clinical treatment. For that reason, some have petitioned the American Psychiatric Association, which publishes the DSM, to revise its HSDD definition in the upcoming DSM-V edition to allow exception for the asexual orientation .][/source]. Since the asexual community embraces the absence of sexual attraction and report building healthy, solid relationships otherwise, they argue that theirs is an orientation that necessitates no clinical treatment. For that reason, some have petitioned the American Psychiatric Association, which publishes the DSM, to revise its HSDD definition in the upcoming DSM-V edition to allow exception for the asexual orientation.

We can only say that we are all different and we all deserve to be respected and appreciated for who we are.
You know someone with this disorder? Let us know

Until next time, I wish you all have one week super sexy

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